Chancellor's councils and committees
The Chancellor's office sponsors a number of councils and committees on campus.
Advises on general campus planning and issues; disseminates information, and serves as the campus budget committee.
Chancellor’s Advisory Committee for Students (CACS)
An inclusive committee of undergraduate and graduate students, this group advises the chancellor on campus-wide budgets and major initiatives, including budget, tuition, enrollment management and campus planning.
A council that advises and provides recommendations on campus security and safety and provides training and educational needs for the campus community.
CACES is as an advisory body to coordinate and guide progress in fulfilling the commitment to environmental sustainability, identified as a priority through the UW Bothell’s strategic planning process.
The CEC advises and assists the University of Washington Bothell in advancing its Community Engagement Mission.
The Chancellor's senior leadership team advises on a wide range of strategic, academic, budgetary and operational matters.
The CLC was established in October 2015 to advise the Chancellor on a wide range of key strategic matters, with membership reflecting UW Bothell constituencies.
The Diversity Council advises on campus strategies and efforts to fulfill the commitment to diversity outlined in the mission statement and identified as a priority in the 21st Century Campus Initiative.
The committee's work is broad-based and advisory, with tactical work to be taken up by other committees or the appropriate offices.
This group seeks to support UW Bothell's veteran community by supporting their academic success while growing and strengthening the community of veterans.
The Advisory Board for the University of Washington Bothell provides guidance to the campus on issues surrounding higher education, assists in building relationships with business and civic leaders and advocates for university resources.